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   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
| real_name = Hela
| real_name = Hela
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| aliases =  
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| aliases = Halja
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| identity = Public knowledge to the citizens of [[Asgard]]
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| identity = No dual identity; public knowledge of her existence among the citizens of [[Asgard]]
| occupation = Goddess of Death, ruler of [[Hel]] and [[Niffleheim]]
| occupation = Goddess of Death, ruler of [[Hel]] and [[Niffleheim]]
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| citizenship = Citizen of Asgard
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| citizenship = Realms of Hel and Niffleheim
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| place_of_birth = Asgard
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| place_of_birth = Unrevealed, allegedly [[Jotunheim]]
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| relatives = [[Odin]] (father)
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| relatives = [[Loki]] (father), [[Angrboda]] (mother), Fenris Wolf, [[Midgard Serpent]], (brothers), Laufey & Farbauti (parental grandparents, deceased), Varolac & Ecchidna (maternal grandparents), Phorcys & Ceto (maternal great-grandparents), [[Set]] (maternal great-great grandfather) 
| groups = Gods of Asgard
| groups = Gods of Asgard
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| education =  
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| education = Unrevealed
| height = 6'6"
| height = 6'6"
| weight = 500 lbs.
| weight = 500 lbs.
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| weapons =  
| weapons =  
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| debut =Journey Into Mystery #102
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| debut = Journey Into Mystery #102 (1964)
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| origin =  
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| origin = Hela's origin remains unrevealed
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| significant_issues = appeared to Thor while he was on the verge of death after battling the Wrecker (Thor #150); failed to tempt Thor into entering Valhalla (Thor #154); stole a portion of the sleeping Odin's soul, thus creating Infinity (Thor #177); unleashed Infinity upon the universe (Thor #184); slew Thor, who was returned to life by the sacrifice of her servant, the Silent One (Thor #186); slain by Odin to save Thor, then returned to life by him to restore the natural balance and death; slew Thor, but restored his life when Sif offered her life in his place (Thor #189-190); battled Pluto for the right to claim Odin's soul (Thor #199); restored Odin to life to prevent Pluto from claiming his soul (Thor #201) 
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bio_text= Hela was born ages ago to the being who would one day be called [[Odin]] and a goddess whose name and image have been lost in antiquity. On the day of her maturity, Odin appointed her goddess and ruler of the northernmost realms of the dead. Her special dominion was over the souls of all who did not die in battle, while Odin himself built the palace [[Valhalla]] to house the souls of all of those who died as heroes. In recent years, when Odin’s attention had strayed from the maintenance of Valhalla, Hela tried to annex that realm to her own, hoping to consolidate her power over all [[Asgard]]’s dead. Eventually Odin grew aware of her ambitions and opposed them. In the course of battle, Odin’s band of Valkyries, the custodians of Valhalla, lost their physical forms, no longer able to travel from Valhalla except in their wraith-like astral forms. Hela gave up her contest for Valhalla when Odin vowed to keep better watch over it in future, and she returned to her realms.
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bio_text= Hela was born ages ago to the being who would one day be called [[Loki]] and the sorceress giantess [[Angrboda]]. On the day of her maturity, Odin appointed her goddess and ruler of the northernmost realms of the dead. Her special dominion was over the souls of all who did not die in battle, while Odin himself built the palace [[Valhalla]] to house the souls of all of those who died as heroes. In recent years, when Odin’s attention had strayed from the maintenance of Valhalla, Hela tried to annex that realm to her own, hoping to consolidate her power over all [[Asgard]]’s dead. Eventually Odin grew aware of her ambitions and opposed them. In the course of battle, Odin’s band of [[Valkyriors|Valkyrior]], the custodians of Valhalla, lost their physical forms, no longer able to travel from Valhalla except in their wraith-like astral forms. Hela gave up her contest for Valhalla when Odin vowed to keep better watch over it in future, and she returned to her realms. Although,Hela's province is over Asgard's dead, she has occasionally formed alliances with other death gods, including [[Pluto]] ([[Olympians|Olympian]] god of death), and has held court with many rulers of demonic realms such as [[Blackheart]], [[Dormammu]], [[Mephisto]] and [[Satannish]].
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Current revision as of 03:09, 28 August 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Hela

Aliases
Halja

Identity
No dual identity; public knowledge of her existence among the citizens of Asgard

Citizenship
Realms of Hel and Niffleheim

Place of Birth
Unrevealed, allegedly Jotunheim

First Appearance
Journey Into Mystery #102 (1964)

Origin
Hela's origin remains unrevealed

Hela was born ages ago to the being who would one day be called Loki and the sorceress giantess Angrboda. On the day of her maturity, Odin appointed her goddess and ruler of the northernmost realms of the dead. Her special dominion was over the souls of all who did not die in battle, while Odin himself built the palace Valhalla to house the souls of all of those who died as heroes. In recent years, when Odin’s attention had strayed from the maintenance of Valhalla, Hela tried to annex that realm to her own, hoping to consolidate her power over all Asgard’s dead. Eventually Odin grew aware of her ambitions and opposed them. In the course of battle, Odin’s band of Valkyrior, the custodians of Valhalla, lost their physical forms, no longer able to travel from Valhalla except in their wraith-like astral forms. Hela gave up her contest for Valhalla when Odin vowed to keep better watch over it in future, and she returned to her realms. Although,Hela's province is over Asgard's dead, she has occasionally formed alliances with other death gods, including Pluto (Olympian god of death), and has held court with many rulers of demonic realms such as Blackheart, Dormammu, Mephisto and Satannish.



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